I do realize that Carson no longer looks like the Cheetos cheese fingers little girl in the picture, but I can dream can't I?
We had white trim in our old house, and I was forever finding Cheetos cheese smudges in very low places in almost every room in our house. Carson was very sticky as a child, things seemed to stick to her, but they managed to come off on our walls.
She didn't sleep well Wednesday night and I think was more exhausted than anything yesterday morning, but when those big tears started falling, I couldn't bring myself to make her go to school. I probably should have.
I did get to spend the day working on my laptop, without any interruptions that are involved with being in the office, and I did manage to clean out the DVR a bit. It had been bursting at the seams.
So after dropping Camy off at swim practice, I ran to Academy to stock up on supplies for tomorrow morning's 16 mile run. (What have I gotten myself in to?)
I stocked up on Jelly Belly Sport Beans and some Organic Energy Chews and I searched for a water bottle with a handle on it, but could not find one. I am still undecided on if I need one or not. 16 miles seems pretty far without constant hydration, but constant hydration means bathroom breaks, and I am not sure of the bathroom stops on our route.
Anyway, I got home and decided to whip up some blueberry muffins. I almost opted for banana, because of the bananas that have been glaring at me from the counter, but instead I decided to make blueberry muffins a little healthier. Instead of an egg I added a banana, and I am very happy with the results.
I even used olive oil instead of regular oil, and plain almond milk instead of regular milk. I love how they turned out and can't wait to substitute bananas in other baked goods.
Better For You Blueberry Muffins
adapted from Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook